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Imaginative Art & Illustration with Christine Mitzuk - Online
with Christine Mitzuk
Learn Online for Spring 2021
Explore your imagination! Illustration is a story or idea told through a picture. It could be a picture of a dragon, an interpretation of an historical event, or an abstract concept made visible. The possibilities seem endless. During this class, students will develop pictures based upon a classic story or self-generated ideas. We will work through idea generation, to preparatory work and on to a final picture. Emphasis will be placed on composition and visual storytelling. Students may choose to work in the medium with which they are comfortable. You do not need to do digital art to take this class.
For Spring 2021, this class will be taught online on Wednesday evenings. The first 4 classes will include lectures on the imaginative art process, composition, and color. During each class, critiques and discussion will be done in a supportive group atmosphere where we will share ideas. When applicable, Christine will do drawovers in Photoshop of students’ work. You may choose to work in a traditional media and photograph you work for review each week. Students will turn in assignments through The Atelier’s Google Classroom each week, so students will need a Gmail account. The instructor will access your submissions in order to review your project each class. This system is for class review of projects only. We will meet online via Zoom.
Note: This class is for students ages 18+